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post #21 of 33 (permalink) Old 11-22-2019, 01:57 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by polkfan View Post
Stay around 1.325V as the max voltage as anything higher can damage the chip regardless of how cool you keep it.
No way this is remotely true as PBO will run the chip up to 1.5v

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Strangely enough I have see 1.5v only at idle (until I corrected it with negative offset) but under PBO full load only about 1.375 at most.

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Still doesn't mean over 1.325v will decrease life of chip

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Fantastic chip for OC, not in terms of headroom, but in terms of technological advancement. I still rem the good old days of q6600 and prior OC. It's definetly worth it to OC depending on your usage. For example

You can pick and choose in bios and in desktop, and change it on the fly what OC you want based on PBO presets or change to your own single or per CCX or single threaded OC all on desktop. OC is so easy and effective there's no reason not to.
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v1.33125, 4.325 all core in bios. PBO briefly increases the voltage. Now that it's a bit colder here in the desert I think I can maintain this OC, at least for common use, gaming web browsin lol. When I set aside some time with patience in mind instead of rushing it, I'll use that DRAM calculator again. Hunting down all the bios settings and then having to pull out my cmos battery when it doesn't work is frustrating. And with my tubing\gpu in the way no ty, for now.


I wonder if I could go all core 4.40 if I just stick to gaming. Cinebench r20 Score below
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Quote: Originally Posted by CravinR1 View Post
No way this is remotely true as PBO will run the chip up to 1.5v
My chip was hitting 1.47v or so with mediocre water cooling at stock, but it almost never boosted to 4.3 even on single core. Yes, even AMD says these are good for up to 1.5v intermittently, but why bother putting it through the heat and stress if it can do faster clocks at lower voltage?

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Lots of good noob tips in this thread. So thank you.

I finally got around to do trying an all core manual OC last night. Got my 3600X to 4.25GHz @ 1.36V, LLC on High. This was using the BIOS settings, not RM.

One thing I noticed, when setting it this way was that Ryzen Master and HWInfo both just reported my Vcore at around 1.1V and it didn't matter the workload or if I changed the Vcore setting in BIOS anywhere from 1.2V to 1.37V. Is that expected?

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To find out the max safe voltage for your setup run everything auto + pbo with + 200mhz, raise all the pbo limits to max (ppt,edc,tdc) and run a stress test. Whatever your sv12 vcore sensor is running under stress is your max safe voltage, it will usually be a little higher than 1.325v though 1.325v is a good ballpark number.
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Lots of good noob tips in this thread. So thank you.

I finally got around to do trying an all core manual OC last night. Got my 3600X to 4.25GHz @ 1.36V, LLC on High. This was using the BIOS settings, not RM.

One thing I noticed, when setting it this way was that Ryzen Master and HWInfo both just reported my Vcore at around 1.1V and it didn't matter the workload or if I changed the Vcore setting in BIOS anywhere from 1.2V to 1.37V. Is that expected?
CPUZ generally showed me closer to my set voltage than hwmonitor

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In general... raise clocks until it's unstable then raise volts until it's stable as long as volts are under safety and thermal limit, repeat. In the end you will run into a limit on the volts safety or thermal limit.
Some platforms have other settings that may sometimes impact certain things but in general the OC works the same for any silicon based transistor.

Higher voltage + lower temperature = higher clock possible.

Simple as that.
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